Michaels Stores Recalls Ashland Brand Glass Vase Due to Laceration Hazard

Posted on November 15, 2011

According reports announced in the news today, Michaels Stores has issued a recall for the Glass Vase produced by the Ashland Brand.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada have announced that the Ashland® Glass Vase poses a laceration hazard to consumers. The company stated that after a few reports of involuntary glass shattering, a few people got hurt. The U.S. CPSC has ruled the product unsafe for regular use.

News reports show that reportedly 28,000 items must be recalled from both U.S. and Canada. The firm stated that the product is made of clear glass and has a rectangular shape. The model number exposed on the recalled product is “425827”.

The firm responsible for distributing the product claims that the vase being recalled can break easily whenever a consumer simply the item up. Such a frail object shouldn’t be distributed any longer according to the authorities.

As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer I hope that no other serious injuries will be reported from consumers who have purchased this product. If you have one, return it immediately.

Personal injury lawyers can always assist you whenever you’re involved in an accident caused by the negligence of a company, when the time has come to use their services, don’t delay.

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